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Old Apr 20, 07, 2:08 pm
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Anyone know of a resource for missing registration numbers for international flights? I know bts.gov works well for domestic. I am in need of AA0092 from ORD-DUB on 11-20-2005.
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Old Apr 20, 07, 3:08 pm
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Originally Posted by NHFL9 View Post
Anyone know of a resource for missing registration numbers for international flights? I know bts.gov works well for domestic. I am in need of AA0092 from ORD-DUB on 11-20-2005.
let me know too! I'm missing a couple CO flights... and some domestic ones on non-major airlines.
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Old Apr 20, 07, 3:23 pm
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Originally Posted by NHFL9 View Post
Anyone know of a resource for missing registration numbers for international flights? I know bts.gov works well for domestic. I am in need of AA0092 from ORD-DUB on 11-20-2005.
Can you give the link, or the specific location on bts.gov to find tail number for domestic flights? I didn't start "collecting" them until just over a year ago.
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Old Apr 20, 07, 5:58 pm
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Originally Posted by rkkwan View Post
Can you give the link, or the specific location on bts.gov to find tail number for domestic flights? I didn't start "collecting" them until just over a year ago.
Here it is. I think their stats go back to 1995 or so; I have found that searching by scheduled departure time is the easiest.

http://www.bts.gov/programs/airline_...ledStatistics/

you can look the N-Number up on the FAA's site to see what type the a/c was if you don't have that info. http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinqu...um_inquiry.asp

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Old Apr 20, 07, 7:47 pm
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Just make sure you enter the right search terms into the BTS database. I was scratching my head earlier when it tried to tell me that a certain flight went to BHM and not PFN. I had managed to select the wrong year!

I do have to say this though: Even making sure I did not make that mistake again, I still am having some issues looking up a few flights. Such as MLI-ATL DL4645 (ASA) on 8/7/06.
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Old Apr 20, 07, 8:06 pm
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Originally Posted by flying_ww View Post
Here it is. I think their stats go back to 1995 or so; I have found that searching by scheduled departure time is the easiest.

http://www.bts.gov/programs/airline_...ledStatistics/

you can look the N-Number up on the FAA's site to see what type the a/c was if you don't have that info. http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinqu...um_inquiry.asp

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Wow! Very cool. Unbelievable amount of data! Thank you much.
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Old Apr 20, 07, 9:14 pm
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Is there an easier way to search the BTS website? I can only search by

origin city/date/departure time
destination city/date/arrival time

Is there any way to get departure time and arrival time in one search? Search by city pair?
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Old Apr 20, 07, 9:22 pm
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Originally Posted by ucsf_med View Post
Is there an easier way to search the BTS website? I can only search by

origin city/date/departure time
destination city/date/arrival time

Is there any way to get departure time and arrival time in one search? Search by city pair?
I could be wrong, but I havent seen any other way to search the data. I just enter the relevant inputs than hit ctrl-F and type what I am looking for: Flight number, city, etc. Its especially helpful when trying to find a flight that originated from an airport like Atlanta.

Also, does anyone know of a way to look up similar data with international flights, such as in/out-USA or EU flights?
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Old Apr 20, 07, 9:42 pm
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Originally Posted by Berto View Post
I could be wrong, but I havent seen any other way to search the data. I just enter the relevant inputs than hit ctrl-F and type what I am looking for: Flight number, city, etc. Its especially helpful when trying to find a flight that originated from an airport like Atlanta.
Yeah, but wouldn't it be nice to search by flight number/date/origin city (or departure city) and return the full flight info (ori/dest/dep/arr/reg number)
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Old Apr 22, 07, 5:39 pm
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I just had to find this site two weeks before my property law final...LOL. Spent all day yesterday inputting my flight stats. Oh well, at least I didn't discover this closer to crunch-time.
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Old Apr 22, 07, 6:08 pm
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It took me a while, but I finally got all my flights in. Now, how long do I wait before I get the poster?
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Old Apr 22, 07, 8:52 pm
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flight memory is great!

Is there a way to download your stats from the site once entered?
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Old Apr 22, 07, 10:11 pm
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If you go to the german version: http://www.flugstatistik.de you can print nicely formatted PDF versions of your flight log and statistics, just click on "Druckansicht" on the respective pages.
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Old Apr 23, 07, 12:53 am
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I hate to be stupid here, but I'm wondering how people are getting the personal web links. I've tried using my username with the my.flightmemory..., but I just get the login page and I'm not seeing anything on either the English or German pages where I can generate a my-link. Where am I missing it?
Thanks!

This is a fun site, though I've only managed to input back through 2006 so far. It *is* time consuming, but fun to see.
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Old Apr 23, 07, 12:58 am
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